Marco Antonio Berger García
Marco Berger has a Bachelor´s degree in Economics from the University of Guadalajara and a Master´s degree in Public Policy from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM). As a Fulbrighter, he earned a PhD. in Policy Studies from Clemson University in South Carolina, collaborating as research assistant at the Strom Thurmond Institute for Public Policy and with a concentration area at the Nicholas School for the Environment in environmental policy and community-based environmental management at Duke University.
He is a Fellow of the Leadership for Development and the Environment Program (LEAD) Mexican Chapter (Cohort-17), hosted by El Colegio de México. Currently, he is an associate professor and researcher at the Economics Department at CUCEA-UdG, member of the Public Policies Network of the University of Guadalajara and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. His research topics are about climate change policy and planning at the subnational level, environmental governance, REDD+ policy design and implementation at the subnational levels, and challenges for the achievement of sustainable development goals in developing world contexts.